Question about AOpen Computers & Internet
1. if you have recently attached anything to your computer detach it. (new mouse, keyboard, maybe you added a new ram-stick)
2. unplug the computer and start fresh.
3. attempt to boot in safe mode and do a system restore, or boot the windows disc and try to repair the problem.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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